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Spinal Cord By Michael J. Harman
Meninges: Pia Mater Thin inner membrane covering brain and spinal cord
Meninges: Arachnoid mater Web-like membrane located between the pia and dura mater
Meninges: Dura mater Tough outermost layer of meninges
Anterior median fissure
Posterior median sulcus
Dorsal root ganglion
Conus medullaris End of the spinal cord
Cauda equina From the conus medullaris down
Filum terminale Extends from end of conus medullaris and attaches to the coccyx
Sympathetic chain ganglion
Cervical nerves (8)
Thoracic nerves (12)
Lumbar nerves (5)
Sacral nerves (5)
Coccygeal nerve (1)
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NERVOUS SYSTEM. Introduction Most highly organized system of the body Most highly organized system of the body Fast, complex communication system that.
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The Visceral Nervous System. Composition Visceral motor nerves (autonomic nervous system) Sympathetic part Parasympathetic part Visceral sensory nerves.
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Slide 1 Mosby items and derived items © 2012 by Mosby, Inc., an affiliate of Elsevier Inc. Chapter 8 The Nervous System.
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